INDIA GAS-Conclusion: Economics to determine LNG's role

The expansion of India’s economy over the next decade will push the country’s demand for natural gas beyond supply, but whether LNG can fill this supply gap is a function of both domestic and global economics. This second of two articles examines current and pending LNG projects as well as the effect of India’s natural gas pricing structure on their potential advancement.The first article (OGJ, Dec. 19, 2005, p. 65) focused on the likelihood of meeting future demand through import pipeline projects and development of the country’s domestic pipeline infrastructure.LNG could play an important role in reducing a future supply gap, especially in western India where the...

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